Guardian Angel reveals how a Good Samaritan almost poisoned him
1 months ago, 16 July 15:33
It seems gospel artist Guardian Angel has seen it all.
Following the release of his new song ‘Hadithi,’ the father of two has shocked many after he revealed that the song was inspired by very real incidences.
With no money, he and his mother were forced to move in with his mother’s friend who offered to house them. Tired of having them over, the good Samaritan planned to kill him but as God would have it, it did not happen.
On that particular day he was to die, he came home late.
“It was God. He gave me a chance and protected me. Actually…that day my mum gave me a thorough beating because I came home late from school. Kumbe hii kuja late is what saved me. We no longer talk with the woman,” he narrated during a radio interview recently.
The woman in question went on to poison her child instead.
“As a family, we did not celebrate of course because the child was innocent and she did not deserve to die,” he added.
After the funeral of the evil Samaritan’s child, he and his mother moved out but it never got any better.
“Vile walienda matanga, tulikua tushahama na mabeshte wengine pia wa matha. When mum came back, we rented a single room house na tukaanza kuishi huko. We only had a bedsheet, a stove and a sufuria. Life was still very hard there because my mother was jobless and she had to raise money for rent,” he told Kiss 100’s Chito.
Unable to bear his mother’s suffering, Guardian Angel took to the streets to fend for himself.
“Vile niliona mathe anateseka tena ju yangu hana food, hana rent, nikajitoa and I went back to the street, manze ikakua promotion from being a street child back in shags to being a street child in the city. I would spend my night at the Jeevanjee Gardens. I was ten years then,” he said.
He disclosed how his mother thought he was dead because they hadn’t met since he left home.
“Those were some of the days when we could hear of cases street children wameuliwa and such. I mean it was so tough to be in the street. I stayed in the streets for one and a half years, my mother thought I was actually dead coz hatukuwai onana since then.”
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